Feb 12, 2013

Tag: You're It

Hello, gorgeous!

Today's post will be a tag called "You're It" and I was tagged by Ar-Stylish, and I really enjoy doing tags! I'm very glad she tagged me.

Let's get started!

1- Makeup or Fashion?

Fashion of course!

2- You feel down without.....?

My mother being around. 

3Coffee or tea?   


4- What is your favorite TV series?

Grey's Anatomy. 

5- You can't get enough of...?


6- In 2013 I hope I will...?

Achieve my list of goals.

7- An actress you love her style?

Blake Lively!

8- Funny fact about you

I randomly laugh for no reasons.

9- A trend you hope it will never go out of style?


10- A trend you hope it ends in 2013?


11Do you prefer your hair to be short or long?

Long hair!

That's it for the tag! 

Have a wonderful day


Jan 30, 2013

Boots & Daiso Haul.

Hello lovelies!

Today I will be doing a haul of things that I bought recently from Boots and Daiso which is a Japanese store that has pretty much everything!

Let's begin with Daiso!

The first thing that I picked up there was this basket along with the same basket but in pink to organize my books! I've been wanting to organize them in a cute kind of way and not putting them in a book shelf so I can remember to read constantly.
Here's a picture of how I organized them:

The next thing I got from there was this pen holder, I needed something to keep my paint brushes organized so bought two of this one and surprisngly one of them fit all of my paint brushes.
Here are pictures of my paint brushes in the holder:

Along with my paints:

The last items that I got from Daiso were these glittery polishes, one of them has a chunky glitter which is the gold one and it looks amazing on the nails, and the second one which is the silver one has tiny fine glitters.

As for Boots,

The first thing that I picked up is this BB cream which I've been wanting to try. It is absolutely nice and smooth on the skin! Already loving it.

The second product that I got is this skin illuminator from Number 7 in Peach. I've heard good things about this product and it is really amazing! it gives a beautiful highlight to the face, it's easy to use due to the brush that it attached to it.

The third product that I got is this mascara by Rimmel which is called Volume Accelerator. I bought it around a year ago and I remember that it used to really make my lashes thick and long, it reminds me of the YSL Faux Lash Affect Mascara.

Fourth product is also from Number 7 which is a tint named "Clover", a pretty peachy color that is long lasting.

I also picked up some hair ties, and these are actually good! I never seem to get a hold on really good hair ties, they also tend to get ripped.

The last product that I got was this bronzer again from Number 7 which is called Perfectly Bronzed. I've been in need for a matte bronzer and this one is matte and very pigmented as well!

That's it for todays post, I really hope you enjoyed it,
Have a great day!


Jan 15, 2013

Fashion Items I've Been Loving.

Hello lovelies!

Today I will be sharing with you what items of fashion I've been currently loving.
I noticed that I've been liking edgy dark colors lately and it's probably because it's winter time now and it's more appropriate to wear darker colors rather than light ones, so here are a few of the items!

So the first item is this lovely gorgeous pair of Christian Louboutin Pigalle Spikes in White Patent that is to die for! I love how the spikes are colored in white, it gives the shoes a different pay off.

Second item is cropped tops, I have been really into all kinds of cropped tops and how they look when they're paired with the right items and accessories. If you like cropped tops and you don't want to show your skin you can always wear high waisted jeans/skir/shorts and it would look amazing!

Third item is spiked shorts, now I know that spikes are every where now and it's a bit annoying so try not to buy way too many spiked clothings! I have been loving spikd shorts, not too many spikes though, the spikes can spice any plain outfit and make it look like you spend a lot of effort in your outfit.

Fourth item is everything peplum! The peplum cut gives a really flattering look to the waist and a classy feel to it, which is exactly why I love the cut so much, it's effortlessly beautiful. 

Fifth item is velvet, velvet can look grumpy and old but when it's worn correctly it can look amazing! I specifically love velvet short skirts because they're just so cute!

Sixth item is Dr. Martens shoes, now I know this isn't everyone's cup of tea but I just love them so much! They've been on my wishlist for so long now, really great shoes.

Seventh and last item is cutout maxi skirts! Maxi skirts became so famous during the last months and they were a trend for a very long time, I love maxi skirts but I'm not tall and they make me look short, so a cutout to the maxi skirt can actually make your legs longer and sexy!

So that is it for what I've been loving in fashion for now,

Stay tuned for more


Dec 10, 2012

A Random Post.

Hello lovely viewers,
Lately I've been really distant from posting any posts, and as you all can see I barely post now. I can't promise you that I will be posting more because that really depends on how busy my day is or how much I'm lacking inspiration. I really do miss blogging and posting things based on my creativity and receiving compliments from you, I hope enshallah I get to post more often, and get inspired. For any post ideas or even a question click on my twitter link above the post and i would be more than happy to reply! I love you all! Have a lovely productive day.

Nov 22, 2012

Gold & Green Gradient Nail Art.

Hello, gorgeous!

Today I will be showing you how to do this beautiful metallic & greens nail art, very suitable for the fall and winter seasons!

Let's get started!

Choose two metallic colors of your own taste and another color that could match both.

Paint all of your nails with gold metallic color.

Using a sponge, dap the green metallic color on top and darken the tip of your nails.

Draw diagonal lines using a green striper.

Draw the lines again crossing the previous lines. 
Apply a top coat and this is the finished look!

Easy, isn't it?!

I hope you all enjoyed this post.


Nov 20, 2012

Health & Lifestyle: Healthy Lunch Ideas.

Hello lovelies!
Today I am going to continue the health & livestyle series for you all by introducing some healthy lunch ideas! 

Here are a few ideas!

Roasted Red Pepper Spread Sandwiches

If you like pimiento cheese, you’ll enjoy this recipe. Keep the sandwiches well chilled so that the cream cheese spread will remain firm. Sturdy, whole-grain bread works best.

Tabbouleh with Chicken 

Nutty, nutritious bulgur, perhaps best known as the star of Lebanese tabbouleh, can be used like brown rice in salads and pilafs, or simply cooked or steamed and drizzled with oil and sprinkled with chopped herbs. 

Southwestern Chicken Pasta Salad

Spice things up for lunch by using intense flavors in hum-drum dishes. There’s nothing boring about this pasta salad, packed with sharp Cheddar, sweet corn, and smoky chipotle. Fresh summer corn is sweet, tender, and juicy—enough so that it doesn’t even require cooking. If your corn is a bit past its prime, boil it for two minutes.

                                                             Tuna Pan Bagnat

Nicoise salad meets hearty sandwich in this delectable creation. Canned tuna is a great staple of lunch-time fixings, and in this case it’s worth the splurge to go with a premium-quality tuna that’s packed in oil. Paired with hard-boiled eggs, briny nicoise olives, and dressed in lemony vinaigrette, this sandwich is not your typical lunchroom fare.

Little Italy Chicken Pitas

A smart trick to this zesty sandwich is using oil from the sun-dried tomatoes to prepare the vinaigrette. Prepare the chicken filling ahead of time and pack separately. Fill pitas just before eating.

Fresh Tomato Soup

Nothing says comfort more than a warm bowl of tomato soup.  Ditch the can and prepare this homemade soup with fresh veggies. Buying in season is smart on so many levels: Produce tastes best in season, and it’s usually less expensive. Since we crave tomato soup beyond the peak of summer, this recipe calls for plum tomatoes, which tend to be flavorful all-year long.

Spelt Salad with White Beans and Artichokes

This vegetarian salad is a lunchbox dream: You can make it ahead, it’s packed with filling protein and fiber, and it’s loaded with flavorful ingredients. And as an added bonus, it tastes nice chilled or at room temperature. Include a cluster of red grapes and crusty Italian bread in your bag, and you’re ready to go.

That is it for today!
Have a nice day

Oct 20, 2012

Health & Lifestyle: Healthy Fast Breakfast Ideas.

Hello there!

Today I will be showing you healthy delicious fast breakfast ideas!
Studies show that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so it is very important for everyone to eat it. Usually the have to be light so the stomach doesn't feek heavy, but they must contain energy and protein so you can have a better day emotionally and physically.

Here are a few ideas to have nutritious morning meals you can eat while driving, walking, or sprinting out the door!

Fruit and Cheese

A balanced, easy-to-assemble make-ahead morning meal: Grab an apple, wrap 1 to 2 ounces of Cheddar in plastic, and toss ¼ cup of fiber- and protein-rich walnuts into a resealable plastic bag.

Peanut Butter Waffle

Instead of dousing a whole-grain or bran toaster waffle in syrup, cut the sugar and boost the protein and fiber by spreading it with 2 tablespoons of peanut butter. You can also sprinkle on 1 tablespoon of raisins, sesame seeds, or extra peanuts for even more fiber, which helps deliver the meal's nutrients slowly and steadily.

Plain Doughnut With Chocolate Milk

A plain cake-style doughnut is usually a better choice than a bakery muffin. At Dunkin' Donuts, for instance, an old-fashioned doughnut has 280 calories, while a corn muffin has 510 calories. Add fiber by eating ¼ cup of almonds or dried fruit. Instead of coffee, try 8 ounces of low-fat chocolate milk.

Morning Pizza

Try a sophisticated spin: Take a slice of crusty bread, spread it with 3 tablespoons of low-fat ricotta, and add tomatoes. Finish with a drizzle of olive oil (about 1 teaspoon) and a little salt and pepper. 

Energy Bars

To substitute for a meal, an energy bar should have at least 3 to 5 grams of fiber and 10 grams of protein. Odwalla, Kashi GoLean, and TruSoy are all good options. Because cereal bars rarely have more than 2 grams of protein.

Egg McMuffin

Yes, you read that right. If you must eat fast food in the morning, get an Egg McMuffin at McDonald's. At 300 calories, it's not an outrageous meal. Plus it has a good amount of lean protein from the egg and the Canadian bacon. To trim empty calories, remove the top half of the muffin. For additional fiber, add a fresh orange.

Cereal "Sundae"

A bowl of fiber-rich bran flakes (about 1½ cups) with 8 ounces of low-fat milk is nearly the perfect breakfast. Make it portable by replacing the milk with lemon or vanilla yogurt and mixing it in a to-go container. Increase the fiber and vitamins by adding ¼ cup of nuts or fresh or dried fruit, such as chopped pecans or blueberries.

Huevos Rancheros

One of the most portable proteins is a hard-cooked egg, but it has no fiber or carbohydrates. So slice it, then roll it in an 8-inch whole-wheat tortilla with a piece of Martadila, if you like, a ½-ounce slice of cheese. Add a tablespoon of salsa for a shot of flavor and a smidgen of vitamin C.

Have a good day!